Adams Central High School - Cen Trails Yearbook (Monroe, IN)

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4 - s 1962 CEN-TRAIL9 ADAMS CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL MONROE, INDIANA VOLUME 13 2 Central Academics.12 Organizations.22 Sports.38 People.48 We of Central lead an interesting life. We are kept busy by a never-ending flow of work and activity. There are sports the year around, homecoming, tests, and of course those daily assign¬ ments . However all these things blend into well- rounded schooling for every¬ one. We of Cen-Trails invite you to come along and we ' ll take a look at our life . . . ON THE SCENE AT CENTRAL. 3 THE DRINKING fountain in the main hall proved a good place to relate the latest jokes or gripes about classwork and tests. Fun, Fads, and TIME NEVER proved to be so precious as not to spend a few minutes with friends recoursing the latest activities. 4 THE UNMISTAKEABLE sound of the class kept Centralites on the move in the busy hallways. THE STUDY hall was always the scene of action, as the assignments kept the students working. Fancy Gadgets Help Pass Our Days OUTSIDE READING was made more appealing by the addition of new shelving and a check-out desk in the library. 5 PHYS. ED. and intramurals provided ample exercise for everyone. HUNGRY CEN- TRALITES wait in line while savory aromas taint the air. IN THE evenings, adult classes were held to illustrate newer methods and machines. 6 WITHIN THESE WALLS? Yes, it was here that many hard hours were spent producing the Greyhound Gazette and Gen-Trails. 7 1 AFTER-DINNER notirishment was provided again this year by the sale of candy in the lobby of the gym. Good Meals and Candy Bars Fill Our Stomachs; CENTRAL ' S COOKS, as always, provided Centralites with a tasty noon meal. i 1 8 BROWSING AROUND the halls was a favorite noon-hour pastime. Fads, Fun, and Work Our Days . .. REWARDS FOR hard work came for some students when the Honor Society " tag¬ ged” its new mem¬ bers. 9 On January 26, 1962, royalty reigned supreme as these couples took their places on the stage. Homecoming Brightens Year with Touch of Royalty 1 10 Lloyd Knittle and Janice Ringger. Roger Dick and Sharon Mattax. ACADEMIC9 ON THE 9CENE AT CENTRAL . . ELIZABETH SAPP, John Steffen, and Jim Hill examine the life-like manikin for their biology studies. With the addition of a new course. Central ' s science department was busier than ever. Hie freshman biology classes, under the direction of Mr. Green and Mr. Watson, collected insects and leaves at the beginning of the year. Later on, they studied root growth and root structures, and dissected frogs and crayfish. This year, for the first time, both physics and chemistry were offered. Under Mr. Allspaw, the juniors in the chem class learned many things, the most important of which was the proper procedure for chemical analysis. In the physics class, Mr. Allspaw taught the seniors the resolu¬ tion of forces, stresses and strains, and other items with technical applications. Math and Science Give SAUNDRA MATTAX, Mark Frauhiger, Steve Sch- lickman, and Karen Rich perform the distillation of water. MR. ALLSPAW watches closely as Bill McMillen, Dick Habegger, and Bob Heyerly find the specific gravity of a floating object. 14 STEVE LEHMAN and Larry Johnson explain a drawing to the class. MISS BEAVERS observes as the freshman algebra class tackles an equation. Technical Training HARRIS HALBERSEN points out a technicality of the functions to Ron Meyers and Sharlene Wagley. Of the three R ' s, ’Rithmetic at A.C. con¬ sists of: general math, algebra, plane geometry, trigonometry, and solid geome¬ try. The freshmen were required to take math, and were given a choice between general math and algebra. The frosh that took general math studied the fundamentals of whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. They also studied simplified forms of book¬ keeping, algebra, geometry, and trigono¬ metry . In algebra I, the fifty-three students learned how to solve problems with practical appli¬ cations . The twenty sophomores in plane geometry dealt with problems of figures on a level plane. The trig class studied the functions of the right triangle. The latter part of the year, they studied solid geometry. 15 THE STUDENTS in Mr. Shoup ' s English class lend themselves to their books to seek answers for those never-ending daily assignments. Languages Are Learned Sentence structure, speeches, outlines, term papers - - - these were just some of the obstacles encountered by the students as Mrs. Stucky, Miss Beavers, Mr. Shoup, and Mr. Sprunger put the upper four grades through their paces in Rhetoric this year. In Latin I, the students enjoyed learning how to speak and translate the " dead " language. Latin II students probed deeper into structures and the history of this unique language, learning more of the how ' s and why ' s than they had the previous year. Both levels of study proved useful in the study of the English dialect. MRS. STUCKY, Maris Moeschberger, and Imogene Steffen re-examine their books to check their translations for accuracy. 16 IN THE U.S. History class, Joan Brown and Mr. Igney show Becky Collins where the answer to her question lies. EDDIE BEER shows Nancy Bertsch the location of the place they are studying in World History. Historians Study the Past History is a written account of the events effecting a nation, usually told by an expla¬ nation of their causes. History is divided at Central into two groups. World history, taught to the sophomores by Mr. Haggard, and U.S. History, taught to the juniors by Mr. Igney. The senior sections are taught jointly by Mr. Igney and Mr. Shoup. These sections are: U.S. Government, the study of making rules and providing services that help people live together; and sociology, the sci¬ ence of why people act as they do. BARBARA BRANDENBURG shows Dick Schwartz the structure of democracy. 17 LINDA CONRAD learns from Mr. Hoopingarner the proper installation of a new typewriter ribbon. DON HOAGLAND, Jocelyn McCullough, and Janelle Roth work together at balancing their practice receipts. JUDY ARNOLD and Annie Singleton keep their pencils busy as Mrs. Archbold gives them dictation. Career Training Is Central offers many business courses for students planning to enter into commercial occupations after graduation. These courses also proved profitable to students planning to attend college. The courses were as follows: shorthand, typing, secretarial training, and bookkeep¬ ing. Mrs. Archbold taught shorthand and secre¬ tarial training; Mr. Hoopingarner, typing; and Mr. Bryan, bookkeeping. 18 1 Many skills were gained through the voca¬ tional courses. In home economics, Mrs. Nielsen taught modern methods of cooking and sewing. Also, the girls planned their own weddings, and studied child care and home furnishings. Under the direction of Mr. Watson, the ag boys learned more about farming. They studied the soil, soil fertilization, and crop and livestock mana gement. They also put out their usual line of good judging teams. In industrial arts, Mr. Collier taught the boys skills useful for years to come. Among these were: woodworking, electri¬ city, welding, and architectural drawing. BECKY COLLINS and Carolyn Hart look on, as Bar¬ bara Wolff puts the finishing touch to an apron. Acquired by Vocational Courses SAM HEYERLY, David Sommer, Ron Schwartz, and Marvin Fosnaugh listen as Mr. Watson explains various kinds of seeds. LEO PARRISH, John Ross, Ned Mitchell, and Ralph Parrish work on their drawings in the architectural drawing class. 19 I KNOW, I know! seems to say the expression on one pupils face as Mrs. Furhman points out a note. The grade music classes, under the direc¬ tion of Mr. Henkel and Mrs. Furhman, learned many constructive ideas . These classes helped to bring out the musical ability in each student. The pupils learned to read notes, keep time, and to sing songs. They also listened to a variety of music. The art department, as in other years, did a wide variety of work this year. The high school students made pottery, jewelry, paintings, and mosaics. They also ex¬ tended a helping hand to provide the props and background settings for the many so¬ cial activities . In the spring the depart¬ ment held its annual art exhibit. Art and Music Classes Develop Interest in the Arts MR. FEASEL points out the highlights of a painting to Toni Rupert, Dave Hamilton, and Deanna Maines. 20 PUSH-UPS are only one of the many exercises used in the freshman phys. ed. class. What can reduce traffic accidents? Teaching drivers proper operation, common courtesy, and the correct traf¬ fic rules. These are just a few of the many things that Mr. Bryan taught to his driver training students. Physical education helped our freshmen and sophomores learn the rules of the many and varied sports activities car¬ ried on at Central. Most important, though, it taught teamwork and sports¬ manship . Mrs. Archbold and Mr. Miller, in their health classes as well, stressed to each student the importance of these traits, along with the need for good health, to wholesome living. Physical Fitness, Healt h, and Safety Are Stressed MR. BRYAN looks on, as Stan Biberstein shows Jane Jennings and Susan Frank how to change a tire. 21 ORGANIZATIONS ON THE 9CENE AT CENTRAL . . . ! I I t FRONT ROW: J. Arnold, J. Rowdon, S. Miller, R. Owens, Mr, Shoup, J. Sandars, J. Ross, G. Barger. SECOND ROW: J, Roth, S, Mattax, A. Johnson, K, Rich, J. Ringger, A. Smith, B. Carver, T. Rupert, A. Wulliman. THIRD ROW: M. Stucky, J. Hill, J. Brown, K. Shoaf, A. Singleton, B, Wolf, B. Tinkham, M. Vizard. FOURTH ROW: J. Jennings, C. Wagley, J. McCullough, A. Moser, R. Gerber, B. Engle, B. Brandenburg. FIFTH ROW: M. Frauhiger, S, Ehrsam, B. Kohi, R. Myers, E. Hirschy, M. Ripley, M, Mann. Annual Staff LOOKING OVER the photography schedule are: Mr. Shoup, sponsorj John Ross, Asst. Business Manager; Ron Owens, Editor; Julie Sanders, Business Manager; Sylvia Miller, Asst. Editor; and Jerry Rowdon, Photographer. 24 FRONT ROW: S. Mattax, J. Bertsch, B. Engle, Mr. Sprunger, J. Ringger, B. Carver, J. Hirschy. SECOND ROW: M. Vizard, K. Michaels, T. Rupert, D. Hirschy, S. Teeters, A. Fennig, K, Rich. THIRD ROW: S. Miller, S. Wag- ley, J. Brown, D. Patrick, D. Gerber, 1. Steffen, M. Studky, M. Leyse. FOURTH ROW: R. Owens, B, Tinkham, R. Gerber, J. Sanders, E. Dennison, G. Rupert, P. Hirschy. Gazette Staff GAZETTE EDITORS: Barbara Engle, Janice Ringger, Mr. Sprunger, Barbara Carver, James Bertsch. 25 FRONT ROW: J. Royer, S. Strickler, K. Stavenik, J. Sanders, A. Smith, M. Stucky, K. Michaels, J. Ringger, A. Wulliman, M. Stucky, Mrs. Neilson, B. Tinkham, R. Gerber, T. Rupert. SECOND ROW: E. Heare, A. Johnson, D. Michel, J. Roth, D. Shoaf, S. Helmrich, M. Vizard, S. Mattax, A. Singleton, J. Brown, D. Patrick, D. Gerber, B. Engle, J. McCullough. THIRD ROW: M. Wechter, V. Adler, M. Moeschberger, J. Ringger, J. Jennings, S. Miller, S. Wagley, A. Fennig, S. Teeter, M. Yager, D. Hirschy, J. Hirschy, J. Kaehr, E. Miller. FOURTH ROW: B. Wolff, S. Mattax, K. Reed, E. Dennison, 1. Steffen, B. Rash, M. Anderson, D. Fellers, L. Conrad, N. Bertsch, N. Habegger, S. Camall, G. Rupert, K. Aschliman. FIFTH ROW: B. Brandenburg, M. Beiberstein, R. Mattax, S. Bercot, C. Everett, S. Maines, M. Rowden, J. Irwin, G. Engle, C. Christman, C. Teeter, C. Steffen, C. Steed. SIXTH ROW: P. Meyers, A. Moser, K. Rich, C. Hart, R. Lautzenheiser, N. Longsworth, L. Lautzenheiser, J. Yoder, L. Siunmer- sett, J. Soldner, K. Beiberich, A. Parrish, J. Clark, J. Arnold. SEVENTH ROW: A. Steiner, B. Roe, P. Gerber, B. Osterman, C. Hoagland, A. Inniger, G. Zimmerman, M. Kaehr, S. Cook, P. Workinger, C. Schwartz, J. Shoaf, B. Carver. EIGHTH ROW: L. Pageler, B. McKean, N. Brehm, D. Maines, B. Collins, J. Hill, M. Baumgartner, D. Brown, D. Smith, J. Gilbert, B. Bookout, M. Myers, M. Suddeth, D. Cable, D. Shoaf. SSS OFFICERS: Mrs. Stucky, Kathy Michaels, Althea Wulliman, Mrs. Meilsen, Marilyn Stucky, Janice Ring¬ ger. 26 FRONT ROW: S. Kaehr, S. Von Gunten, D. Moser, E. Beer, J. Steffen, Mr. Watson, P. Pyle, P. Kaehr, P. Hirschy, S. Bieberstein, T. Steffen. SECOND ROW: B. Tharp, D. Sommer, R. Schwartz, B. Bluhm, R. Kirshner, N. Brokaw, P. Ehrsam, D. Mankey, K. Myers. THIRD ROW: K. Pyle, L. Hoffman, S. Heyerly, M. Hedington, S. Minnich, L. Mailer, J. Young, G. Tonner, D. Heyerly, S. Yoder. FOURTH ROW: B. Tonner, G. Workinger, M. Busse, R. Sch¬ wartz, A. Ringger, J. Bookout, N. Von Gunten, S. Miller. I , Dick Schwartz, inc.xii VonGunten, and FFA OFFICERS: Ron Habegger, Ron Kaehr, David Sommer, Sam Heyerly. I 27 Honor Society NATIONAL SOCIETY HONOR X FRONT ROW: J. Ringger, A. Johnson, Mr. Souder, Miss Beavers, R. Habegger, B. Carver. SECOND ROW: J. Bertsch, M. Stucky, B. Engle, B, Tinkham, J. Sanders, R. Owens, J. Ross, S. Wagley, S. Miller. 28 FRONT ROW: S. Teeter, E. Dennison, J. Hirschy, Mr. Henkle, A. Wulliman, K. Rich, M. Stucky, K, Michaels, B. Rash. SECOND ROW: L. Genth, C. Arnold, J. Smith, S. Mattax, M. Vizard, C. Steffen, J. Inniger, M. Sudduth, J. Roth. THIRD ROW: J. Arnold, S. Inniger, C. Teeter, R. Mattax, B. Hamrick, K. Shoaf, B. Carver, C. Anderson, A. Dennison. FOURTH ROW: P. Shaffer, L. Stevens, S. Smith, S. Wagley, M. Moeschberger, E. Sapp, J. Sanders, D. Partick, S. Wagley, A. Singleton. FIFTH ROW: T. Nussbaum, E. Yoder, J. Welch, B. Schwartz, G. Markle, T. Wulliman, J. Sprunger. Youth for Christ OFFICERS: Karen Rich, Althea Wulliman, Mr. Henkel, Marilyn Stucky. 29 MUSIC LOYALTY OFFICERS: STANDING: Mrs. Stucky, treasurer; Mrs. Barkley, past president; Mrs. Sommer, secretary. SEATED: Mrs. Wulliman, president; Mrs. Kaehr, vice- president. Music Loyalty and PTA Open New Horizons PTA OFFICERS: Mrs. Nussbaum, treasurer; Mrs. Biberich, secretary; Eugene Arnold, presi¬ dent; Dr. Rich, vice-president. 30 FLUTE TRIO: Jo Ann Yoder, Imogene Steffen, Marie Kaehr. 31 FRONT ROW: A. Wulliman, K. Rich, A. Johnson, J. Kaehr, M. Headington, I. Steffen M. Kaehr J Yoder. S - OND ROW: N. Bertsch, R. Schwartz, D. Shoaf, J. Arnold, B. Brandenburg, J. Shoaf, D Sommers, K. Habegger, W. Macy, C. Schwartz, A. Moser, A. Steiner, D. Hirschy. THIRD ROW: M. Vizard, V. Adler, L. Conrad, L Lautzenheiser, J. Gilbert, S. Von Gunten, S. Kaehr, A. Ringger, L. Summersett, R. Urick, G. Workinger, M. Moeschberger, K. Witte, K. Stavenik, L. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: N. Habegger, B. o - lins, A. Inniger, B. Soldner, R. Mattax, G. Engle, A. Parrish, M. Rowden, J. Hirschy, M. Yager, R Converse, C. Everett, B. Kohli, S. Lehman, B. McCullough, D. Johnston, J. Roth, M. Mann, P. Ehrsam, V. Headington, . Von Gunten, J. Bertsch, S. Yoder, S. Mattax, S. Miller. FIFTH ROW: G. Zimmerman, A Smith T. Rupert S. Mattax, B. Wolff, A. Singleton, D. Smith, R. Owens, Mr. Gerig, J. Hill, D. Moser, R. Schw z, M. M , . Brokaw, D. Stucky, R. Kaehr, M. Busse, J. Royer, S. Helmrich, D. Arnold, E. Dennison, M. Wechter, D. Caubl , J. Irwin, S. Cook, P. Workinger, J. Brown. 32 FRONT ROW: B. Brandenburg, D. Shoaf, J. Arnold, K. Rich, A. Johnson, J. Kaehr, I. Steffen, M. Kaehr, J. Yoder. SECOND ROW: V. Adler, L. Conrad, A. Ringger, D. Johnston, C. Everett, M. Yager, R. Converse, B. McCullough, S. Kaehr, L. Summersett, M. Moeschberger, K. Witte, L. Johnson, K. Stavenik. THIRD ROW: A. Wulliman, P. Ripley, J. Hirschy, R. Mattax, M. Rowden, M. Headington, D. Sommers, K. Habegger, R. Schwartz, M. Mann, J. Bertsch, N. Von Gunten, G. Workinger, D. Hirschy, A. Steiner, C. Schwartz, A. Moser. FOURTH ROW: S. Helm- rich, D. Arnold, R. Kaehr, M. Busse, J. Roth, Mr. Gerig. TWIRLERS: Gloria Zimmerman, Arvilla Smith, Toni Rupert, Sharon Mattax, Bar¬ bara Wolff, Annie Singleton, Debbie Smith. 33 FRONT ROW: C. Schwartz, S. Mattax, M. Vizard, R. Habegger, D. Arnold, Mr. Gerig, K. Urick, R. Converse, S. Helmrich, J. Roth, J. Arnold, T. Rupert. SECOND ROW: A. Moser, K. Michaeles, M. Kaehr, R. Lautzenheiser, E. Beer, B. Hirschy, K. Habegger, D. Sommer, N. Brokaw, R. Welch, S. Miller, L. Summersett, M. Wechter, B. Collins, P. Ripley, J. Brown. THIRD ROW: V. Adler, J. Hirschy, A. Johnson, N. Bertch, G. Engle, S. Biberstein, S. Hill, M. Mann, P. Ehrsam, R. Steury, D. Stucky, J. McCullough, K. Rich, J. Yoder, K. Stavenik, A. Wulliman. FOURTH ROW: B. Carver, M. Stucky, J. Kaehr, M. Kaehr, C. Everett, R. Kaehr, M. Mann, R. Schwartz, M. Headington, D. Egley, P. Hirschy, B. Brandenburg, S. Bercot, A. Steiner, I. Steffen, A. Singleton. MIXED VOCAL QUARTET: Donna Shoaf, Ron Owens, Ann Moser, Merlin Headington, Arlene Johnson. CLARINET QUARTET: Margret Rowden, Rita Mattax, Karen Biberich, Judy Hirschy. 34 i 1 r -.4 ft;; b| ' FRONT ROW: M. Moeschberger, K. Witte, L. Lautzenheiser, N. Habegger, P. Nidlinger, J. Ringger, D. Cauble, S. Carnall, R. Mattax, Mr. Hinkle. SECOND ROW: K. Aschliman, A. Inniger, M. Biberstein, K. Christner, E. Harvey, J. Haggard, C. Hoagland, K. Shoaf, J. Hill. THIRD ROW: J. Irwin, B. Bookout, E. Dennison, N. Brehm, B. Tinkham, B. McKean, L. Pagler, A. Parrish, K. Biebrich, J. Soldner, J. Gilbert. TRUMPET QUARTET: Reggie Converse, Connie Everett, Artie Ringger, Libby Summ ersett. MIXER CLARINET QUARTET: Carol Sch¬ wartz, Diana Hirschy, Linda Conrad, Jane Kaehr. 35 IP- 1 M V J m JUNIOR BAND: FRONT ROW: C. Gerber, C. Connelley, C. Macy, K. Barkley, K. McKean, L. Stevens, J. Soldner. SECOND ROW: M. Engle, K. Gerber, L. McCullough, J. Double, R. Clark, D. Heyerly, D. Everett, J. Gilbert, T. Nussbaum, B. Schwartz, G. Gerber, R. Lutes, D. Landis, B. Stucky, L. Kauffman. THIRD ROW: R. Engle, C. Anderson, C. Arnold, A. Borne, S. Plough, P. Schaffer, K. Engle, D. Roudebush, J. Smith, A. Denni¬ son, T. Ogg, S. Landis, J. Ehrsam, J. Sprunger, S. Rich, D. Gerber, C. Gerber, T. Wulliman, S. Sommer, L. Rat¬ cliff, E. Yoder, G. Markle, R. Borne, V. Heyerley, R. Adler. BACK ROW: J. Inniger, W. Adler, J. Hirschey, L. Rich, B. Brown, S. Kershner, J. Workinger, L. Genth, L. Brokaw, Mr. Henkel. INTERMEDIATE BAND: FRONT ROW: S. Brehm, J. Christman, D. Roudebush, A. Teeple, D. Rich, L. Soldner, M. Kaehr, L. Shoaf. SECOND ROW: P. Nussbaum, J. Sommer, J. Stucky, N. Irwin, J. Wulliman, M. Stucky, P. Dennison, R. Harrell, C. Schaadt, J. Riff, C. Shad, R. Haggard, L. Mitchell, K. Baxter, D. Strayer, L. Nussbaum. BACK ROW: D. Isch, B. Zurcher, R. Hill, Mr. Gerig. 36 JUNIOR HI CHOIR: FRONT ROW: N. Fox, M. Engle, C. Cauble, B. Ogg, D. Miller, L. Kaehr, J. Sprunger, C. Arnold, L. Genth, P. Zimmerman, L. Hay, G. Cable. SECOND ROW: Mr. Henkel, H. Bercot, C. Gerber, P. Shaffer, D. Roudebush, L. Rich, J. Kaehr, R. Borne, C. Gerber, J. Gerber, L. Brokaw, G. Yost, C. Macy, K. Barkley, J. Inniger, D, Maines, K. McKean. THIRD ROW: B. Hirschey, M. Gerber, C. Carver, D. Miller, C. Connelley, L. Ratcliff, L. Kauffman, T. Bebout, T. Ogg, B. Schwartz, R. Arnold, J. Workinger, L. Stevens, A. Dennison, W. Adler, K. Engle, J. Hill, J. Soldner. BACK ROW: S. Plough, J. Hirschey, A. Borne, R. Engle, D. Landis, R. Collins, S. Kershner, R. Adler, S. Landis, A. Baumgartner, M. Fuhrman, J. Morningstar, G. Hammone, M. Beer, S. Sommer, J. Welch, B. Brown, C. Anderson, R. Merriman. BEGINNER ' S BAND: FRONT ROW: G. Nash, L. Nussbaum, S. Schwartz, L. Beavers, B. Lutes, R. Kaehr, L. Hay, S. Schaffer. SECOND ROW: B. Bowers, B. Harmon, J. Nussbaum, B. McBride, R. Smith, S. Stump, N. Brown, D. Hamrick, K. Summessett, D. Moeschberger, C. Geeting, J. Franz, M. Schwartz, L. Steury. THIRD ROW: C. Moser, D. Ray, D. Girod, B. Birch, N. Reed, M. Royer, J. Tunk, N. Ogg, Mr. Henkel. 37 ON THE 9CENE AT CENTRAL. . . VARSITY: Marv Fosnaugh, Mgr., Coach Miller, Dave Lister, Mgr. STANDING: Ron Owens, Roger Dick, Mike Ripley, Steve Schlickman, Lloyd Knittle, Dick Habegger, Gary Workinger, Neil VonGunten, Bob Heyerly, Ed Hirschy, Don Sharp. Cagers Almost Break Even Central ' s hardwood quintet took off very slowly. However, as the season progresses, the wins started to come. The Greyhounds played their way into the final game of the county tourna¬ ment, but were eliminated there. In the sectional they were beaten in the first round of play. They finished the season with an 11 win 12 loss record. ED HIRSCHY quickly sets the screen for Lloyd Knittle ' s field goal attempt. 40 I 1 , 41 FRONT ROW: Mrs. Nielen, S. Helmrich, R. Gerber, E. Heare, K. Stavenik, D. Maines, B. Brandenburg, A. Johnson, J. Royer, S. Strickler, S. Mattax, D. Shoaf, M, Suddeth, B. Carver, A. Smith, J. Sanders, J. Ringger, M. Stucky, L. Pagler, Mr, Bryan. SECOND ROW: M. Vizard, P. Meyer, A. Wulliman, K. Rich, J. McCullough, B. Engle, S. Mattax, S. Miller, S. Wagley, J. Jermings, D. Gerber, A. Moser, K. Shoaf, J. Roth, D. Brown, D, Michaels, M. Bertsch, N. Habegger, L. Conrad, M. Anderson, A. Singleton, THIRD ROW: L. McClai n, T. Rupert, E. Dennison, A. Penning, G. Zimmerman, I. Steffen, K. Kaehr, M. Yager, D. Hirschy, K. Michaels, S. Camall, C. Hoagland, S. Teeter, B. Osterman, E. Miller, D. Smith, A. Inniger, J. Shoaf, P, Bowers, K. Reed. FOURTH ROW: D. Cable, B. Rash, S. Cook, P. Workinger, G. Rupert, C. Teeter, B. Soldner, J. Yoder, C. Everett, R. Mattax, J. Irwin, S. Ber- cot, M. Kaehr, J. Clark, K. Cristman, G. Engle, B. Roe, J. Ringger, P. Nidlinger. FIFTH ROW: R. Lautzenheiser, J. Brown, J. Gilbert, B. Bookout, L. Summersett, A. Parrish, K. Aschliman, M. Brehm, C. Steed, P. Gerber, S. Maines, L. Lautzenheiser, N. Longsworth, M. Wechter, E. Sapp, M. Moeschberger, P. Ripley, E. Harvey, V. Adler. SIXTH ROW: P. Harvey, J. Gerber, D. Steffen, G. Yost, L. Hay, M. Engle, J. Hoffman, C. Gerber, M. Kipfer, B. Ogg, B. Cable, D. Miller, E. Mankey, G. Marckel, M. Furman, J. Morningstar, K. Lutes, G. Hammond, T. Ogg, A. Birch, G. Busse. SEVENTH ROW: S. Plough, L. Genth, P. Zimmerman, L. Brokaw, L. Tonner, D. Rich, L. Mc¬ Cullough, C. Carver, A. Dennison, D. Donnelley, B. Engle, A. Borne, C. Arnold, C. Anderson, W. Adler, T. August, J. Inniger, G. Longsworth, G. Cable, J. Smith, S. Wagley. EIGHTH ROW: K. Sprunger, C. Dick, L. Bieberick, N. Fox, L. Osterman, L. Stevens, J. Soldner, D. Roudenbush, L. Tonner, J. Workinger, L. Rich, K. McKean, B. Hirs¬ chy, D. Maines, J. Hirschy, M. Merriman, V. McClain, K. Ehrsam, N. Schwartz, L. Roe. OFFICERS: Althea Wulliman, Annie Singleton, anc Sharon Mattax. 42 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Judy Arnold, Carolyn Hart, Becky Collins, and Alice Steiner. " B " TEAM CHEERLEADERS: Margaret Rowdon, Judy Hirschy, Mary Jo Kaehr, and Carol Sch¬ wartz. i 43 SECOND TEAM: KNEELING: M. Johnston, J. Cauble, D. Egley, M. Mann, K. Uhrick, M. Busse, S. Hill. STAND¬ ING: Mr. Miller, B. Hirschy, B. Bluhm, M. Frauhager, B. Tonner, S. Lehman, J. Bookout, M. Leyse, S. Miller, Manager. Reserve Teams Blaze Winning Trails The Greyhound second team this year took off with a bad start. However, they picked up a more expedient total of wins as the season and experience progressed. The junior high team didn’t wait to get the ball rolling. They won many games during the season, and also a four-way tourney. The freshman team as well had a strong start. They piled up an 8-0 record before suffering their first defeat. With this type of strength coming on, it would be truthful to say that A. C. will become a real basketball power. 44 4 -w-iJrTtn JUNIOR HI TEAM: Cheerleaders: B. Hirschy, K. McKean, J. Sprunger, manager; J. Hirschy, D. Maines. KNEELING: D. Strayer, S. Stucky, B. Brown, B. Stucky, T. Wulliman, D. Raudenbush, G. Busse, S.Rich, S. Fuhr- man, B. Cook. STANDING: M. Fuhrman, D.Green, B. Schwartz, C. Striker, Mr. Hoopingarner, R. Adler, R. Schnepp, J. Morningstar, G. Hammond. FRESHMAN TEIAM: KNEELING: W. Macy, K. Heyerly, L. Lehman, T. Ehrsam, R. Habegger, J. Hill, J. Steffen, M. Ross. STANDING: R. Stucky, manager; R. Smith, S. Green, D. Hammond, A. Ringger, N. Brokaw, S. Minnich, Mr. Bryan. 45 BASEBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: T. Ehrsam, S. Miller, J. Hill, J. Rowden, B. Mann. SECOND ROW: W. Macy, J. Shoaf, D. Egley, E. Hirschey, S. Green, M. Mann, R. Welch. THIRD ROW: Mr. Miller, M. Busse, J. Bookout, S. Ehrsam, S. Lehman, L. Knittle, M. Parrish, R. Schwartz. Baseball and Cross Country 1961 Ewvr 1 In wm Wm ... W ? M CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: FRONT ROW: R. Dick, P. Hirschey, J. Cauble, D. Heyerly, M. Ripley, D. Arnold, J. Bertsch. SECOND ROW: J. Ross, R. Owens, M. Leyse, B. Heyerly, S. Schlickman, E. Hirschey, D. Johnston, S. Hill, Mr. Bryan. - 46 TRACK TEAM: FRONT ROW: R. Owens, R. Parrish, C. Striker, S. Miller, B. Heyerly, R. Brown, D. Arnold. SECOND ROW: Mr. Miller, R. Dick, M. Parrish, S. Hill, E. Hirschey, S. Heyerly, A. Gerber, M. Ripley, J. Rowden. BACK ROW: D. Hoagland, D. Heyerly, J. Hirschey, L. Knittle, D. Moser, C. Strickler, D. Hamilton, S. Ehrsam. Track On the whole, Adams Central had a very good year, athletically. The baseball team was runner-up in both the county and conference competition. The cross country team set a fast pace for the two-mile grind by capturing the conference championship, and taking the runner-up spot in the county meet. The track team proved to be the winningest one in Central ' s history. During the entirety of the season, the cinder men defeated thirty-two teams and lost to only two. This feat gave them the second consecutive county and con¬ ference track crowns . 47 PEOPLE ON THE 9CENE AT CENTRAL . . Administration; The Mrs. Rene Brandt, secretary to the principal. MR. PHILIP E. SOUDER, principal MR. ROBERT LIGHT, guidance coimselor. 50 Adams Central School Board Left to Right: Clark W. Smith, Secretary; Robert E. Gay, Treasurer; Fred Kaehr; Sil¬ van Sprunger, President; Theodore Heller; Dan Habegger; and Martin Steiner. STUDENT COUNCIL: SEATED: Sylvia Miller, Dave Hamilton, Mr. Sander, Barbara Carver, Delbert Fuchs. STANDING: Carmie Steffen, Cary Gerber, John Steffen, Mike Lehman, Raymond Adler, Judy Hirschy. 51 MR. THOMAS ADLER English, Math Adams Central 13 years RR 4 Decatur, Indiana MR. RICHARD ALLSPAW Science Adams Central 4 years Berne, Indiana MRS. WANDA ARCHBOLD Commerce, Phys. Ed. Adams Central 5 years RR 4 Huntington, Ind. Faculty Points the Way MISS LUCILE BEAVERS Math, English Adams Central 13 years Decatur, Indiana MR. ROBERT BROWN Social Studies Adams Central 12 years RR 4 Decatur, Indiana 52 MR. EDWIN BRYAN Bookkeeping, Dr. Ed. Adams Central 2 years RR 2 Decatur, Indiana MR. DOYLE COLLIER Industrial Arts Adams Central 13 years Decatur, Indiana to Better Opportunities I i MRS. DOROTHY FUHRMAN Music and Art Adams Central 1 year Decatur, Indiana MR. DARRELL CERIC Band Vocal Adams Central 1 year Decatur, Indiana MR. HUBERT FEASEL Art Adams Central 6 years Decatur, Indiana MR. FRANKIE CREEN Science . Soc. Stud. Adams Central 2 years 53 MR, WALTER HENKEL Band Vocal Adams Central 1 year Berne, Indiana MR, HARVEY HAGGARD Social Studies Adams Central 13 years RR 2 Decatur, Indiana Teachers MR, DOYLE IGNEY Social Studies Adams Central 1 year Geneva, Indiana MR, AMZIE K. MILLER, JR, Math, P.E,, Coach Adams Central 4 years RR 6 Decatur, Indiana MR. LEE HOOPINGARNER Commerce, Math Adams Central 2 1 2 years RR 1 Monroe, Indiana 54 MRS. JOYCE NIELSEN Home Economics Adams Central 4 years Fort Wayne, Indiana MR. ROBERT SHOUP Social Studies, English Adams Central 5 years RR 3 Bluffton, Indiana Push Students Toward Higher Goals English, Latin, Lib. Adams Central 6 years Monroe, Indiana MR. MARTIN WATSON Agriculture Adams Central 10 years Berne, Indiana MR. DONALD SPRUNGER English Adams Central 4 years Monroe, Indiana MRS. FRANCES BEATY Grade two Adams Central 12 years RR 3 Bluffton, Indiana 55 MRS. DOLORES BYERLY Grade four Adams Central 13 years RR 4 Decatur, Indiana MRS. MARY EGLEY Grade five Adams Central 13 years RR 2 Decatur, Indiana MR, ELMER EHRSAM Grade six Adams Central 13 years RR 1 Monroe, Indiana Elementary Teachers Give Foun MRS. MARIAN GIESSLER Grade one Adams Central 1 year Decatur, Indiana MRS. NAOMI GRIFFITHS Grade one Adams Central 13 years RR 2 Decatur, Indiana 56 MRS. MARTHA HABEGGER Grade one Adams Central 8 years Rocldord, Ohio MRS. VEDA HAGGARD Grade three Adams Central 13 years RR 2 Decatur, Indiana MRS. HELEN INNIGER Grade three Adams Central 4 years RR 1 Monroe, Indiana dations to Future High Schoolers MR. JAY JOHNSON MRS. MARGARET KUHN MRS. HARRIET MILLS Grade six Grade four Grade three Adams Central 7 years Adams Central 5 years Adams Central 6 years RR 2 Bryant, Indiana RR 1 Monroe, Indiana Decatur, Indiana i I 57 MRS. WANDA MUNSON Grade two Adams Central 3 years Decatur, Indiana MRS. SALLY REYNOLDS Grade four Adams Central 3 years RR 1 Berne, Indiana MRS. RUTH STAHLY Grade two Adams Central 1 year Geneva, Indiana Teachers Keep Pupils Abreast of the Times MR. LEO STRAHM Grade six Adams Central 13 years Monroe, Indiana MRS. VERA TEETER Grade five Adams Central 1 year RR 2 Berne, Indiana MR. KENNETH WATKINS Grade five Adams Central 9 1 2 years Decatur, Indiana 58 BUS DRIVERS: KNEELING: F. Sprunger, H. Barger, E. Von Gunten, J. Genth, G. Arnold, P. Nussbaum, J. Nussbaum. STANDING: H. Kershner, M. Kreps, L. Adler, L. Lehman, R. Brandt, L. Rich, C. Workinger, B. Fisher. COOKS: Mrs. Roth, Mrs. Rich, Mrs. Riley, Mrs. Byerly, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Hoffman. 1 JANITORS: Mr. Landis, Mr. Rupert, Mr. Riley. PATROL BOYS: D. Everett, S. Stucky, B. Stucky, Mr. Strahm, T. Bebout, J. Welch, R. Haggard. 59 JUDY ARNOLD " Judy " Cheerleader 234; SSS 1234; V-Pres. 3; Student Coimcil 1; Class Sec. 4; Band 1234; V-Pfes. 34; Intramural 234; Chorus 234; YFC 34. BARBARA BRANDENBURG " Barb " Srmshine 1234; Pep Club 1234; Rekame- moh 1; Intramural 12; Band 1234; Clarinet Quartet 1; Clarinet Trio 234; Annual Staff 34. DIANE CABLE " Diane " Sunshine 1234; Pep Club 1234; Rekame- moh 1; Class Treasurer 4; Intramural 3; Band 34; Girls ' Ensemble 4. BARBARA CARVER " Barb " Honor Society 34; Sec.-Treas. 4; Pep Club 1234; Choir 234; Newspaper Staff 234; News Editor 4; SSS 1234; Sec. 3; Student Council 4; Annual Staff 34. KENNETH CAUBLE " Ken " Rifle Club 1; FFA 3; Intramural 1234; Cross Country 4; Track 4; Indust. Arts 14; Pep Club 12. 60 ROGER DICK " Duck " Basketball 4j Track 234; Cross Country 34; Class Treasurer 1; V-Pres. 3. STEVE EHRSAM " Steve " Track 3; Intramural 12; Annual Staff 34; Rifle Club 1; Baseball 234; Pep Club 1. MARVIN FOSNAUGH " Marv " Photography 1; Student Manager 34. ROSE GERBER " Rosie Annual Staff 34; SSS 1234; Pep Club 1234; Intramural 1234; Rekamemoh 1. tl RICHARD J. HABEGGER " Dick " FFA 12; Archery Club 1; Intramural 12; Class President 3; Honor Society 34; Presi- I dent 4; Basketball 34. I I JOYCE HAGGARD " Joyce " Intramural 1234; Archery 1; SSS 1234; Pep i Club 1234; Girls ' Glee 4; Rekamemoh 1; i V. President 2. DAVID LEE HAMILTON " Dave " Cross Cormtry 3; Track 3; V.-President 1; Student Covmcil 4; Intramural 12; Rifle II ’ ’ Club 1. 61 EMMA HEARE " Emma " Pep Club 1234; SSS 1234; Rekamemoh 1; Band 12; Intramural 12; Clarinet Quartet 1. MERLIN KEITH HEDINGTON " Merlin " Band 1234; Chorus 134; Rifle Club 1; Sweet Sixteen 3; Pep Band 234; FFA 4. ROBERT JAMES HEYERLY " Bob " Class President 24; Student Council 3; Basketball 34; Cross Covmtry 3; Baseball 3; Track 34. SAMUEL HEYERLY " Sam " FFA 1234; Track 34; Intramural 1234. LARRY L. Choir 123; Rifle Club HOFFMAN " Larry Intramural 123; FFA 1234; 1; Bowling 4. ARLENE JOHNSON " Arlene " Band 1234; Chorus 234; SSS 1234; Honor Society 34; V-Pres. 4; Music Contest 1234; Math Contest 12; Pep Club 1234; Annual Staff 34; YFC 23. RONALD GENE KAEHR " Ron " FFA 1234; V-Pres. 4; Intramural 1234; Band 1234; Chorus 1234; Honor Choir 23; Archery 1; Pep Band 4. 62 I LLOYD KNITTLE " Uoyd " Basketball 234j Baseball 1234; Track 34; Rifle Club 1. WILLIAM KOHLI " Bill " Band 1234; Pep Club 1; Class Secretary 123; V-Pres. 4; Annual Staff 34; Rifle Club Reporter 1; Pep Band 123; Chorus 1. DAVID L. LISTER " Dave " Student Manager 34; Rifle Club 1; Intra- mtual 1234. SUSAN LONGSWORTH " Susie " Sunshine Club 1234; Pep Club 1234; Intramurals 234; Annual Staff 34; Reka- memoh 1. DEANNA MAINES " Dee " Pep Club 1234; SSS 1234; Rekamemoh 1; Band 34; Intramvuals 34. SHARON KAY MATTAX " Sharon " Band 1234; Feature Twirler 34; Chorus 1; Pep Club 1234; Pres. 4; Student Council 2; Cheerleader 2; Intramurals 1234; SSS 1234; Bowling 4. LINDA McClAIN " Linda " Pep Club 1234; SSS 1234; Intramural 34; Photography Club 123; Rekamemoh 1. ( 63 BARBARA JOAN McKEAN " Barbara " Pep Club 1; SSS 1234; Girls ' Glee Club 4; Intramurals 234; Rekamemoh 1. ROBERT WILLIAM McMILLEN " Bill " Chorus 1; Student Council 2; Class Treas. 3; Intramurals 14; Baseball 234; Rifle Club 1; Bowling 4. PHYLLIS ARLENE MEYER " Phillis " Pep Club 1234; SSS 1234; Intramurals 234; Rekamemoh 1; Chorus 3. NED MITCHEL " Ned " Basketball 1; Rifle Club 1; Intramural 2; Industrial Arts 1234. MARILYN MYERS " Marilyn " Pep Club 1234; SSS 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Intramurals 234; Rekamemoh 1. RONALD OWENS " Ron " Band 1234; Drum Major 34; Choir 1234; Honor Society 34; Annual Editor 4; Bas¬ ketball 4; Track 234; Cross Country 34; Newspaper Staff 234; Journalism Institute 34. LINDA PAGELER " Linda " Pep Club 1234; SSS 1234; Rekamemoh 1; Intramurals 3; Chorus 3; Girls ' Glee Club 4. 64 LEO PARRISH " Leo " Industrial Arts 124; Rifle Club 1; Pep Club 1; Intramural 12. MERVIN PARRISH " Merv " Intramural 123; Rifle Club 1; Baseball 234; Track 34; Band 123; Pep Band 3; Pep Club 1; Chorus 1. RALPH PARRISH " Ralph " Archery 2; Track 1234; Industrial Arts 1234; Band 123; Cross Coimtry 2. JANICE RINGGER " Janice " SSS 1234; President 4; Newspaper Editor 34; DAR Award 4; Annual Staff 34; Class President 1; Rekamemoh News Reporter 1; Honor Society 34; Ping-pong champ 13; Journalism Institute 3. GERALD A. ROWDON " Jerry " Band 1; Rifle Club 1; Baseball 1234; Bas¬ ketball 3; Photography 2; Annual Photog¬ rapher 34; Intramural 12; Track 3. JUDY ROYER " Judy " Pep Club 1234; Intramural 1234; SSS 1234; County Volleyball 34; Band 1234; Cheerleader 2; Rekamemoh 1. TONIETTA FAYE RUPERT " Toni " Pep Club 134; Art Club 1; YFC 3; Band 1234; Chorus 1234; SSS 1234; Newspaper Staff 34; Aimual Staff 34; Cheerleader 2; Ensemble 23. 65 JULIA SANDERS " Julie " SSS 1234; Pep Club 1234; Libraxian 4; Rekamemoh 1; Intxamural 2; Annual Staff 34; Business Manager 4; YFC 34; News¬ paper Staff 4; Honor Society 4. RICHARD LEE SCHWARTZ " Dick " Band 1234; Rifle Club 1; Pep Club 1; FFA 1234; Reporter 3; President 4; Intra¬ mural 1234. DONNA EARLENE SHOAF " Donna " Band 1234; Choir 1234; Sweet Sixteen 23; Honor Choir 23; YFC 23; State Music Con¬ test 1234; Pep Club 1234; Clarinet Trio 1234; Mixed Quartet 4; SSS 1234. ARVILLA SMITH " Arvilla " SSS 1234; Band 1234; Pep Club 1234; Rekamemoh 1; Intramural 23; Aimual Staff 34; State Twirling Contest 234. PAUL SOMMER " Paul " Industrial Arts 1234; Rifle Club 1; Intra¬ mural 12. KARLO STAVENIK " Karlo " Pep Club 1234; SSS 1234; Band 1234; Choir 124; Intramural 1234; Pep Band 1234; Librarian 4; Rekamemoh 1. ALICE JEAN STEINER " Alice " Band 1234; President 4; Secretary 3; Pep Club 123; Cheerleader 4; Choir 134; SSS 1234; Librarian 4; Intramural 1234; Stu¬ dent Council 3. 66 CAROLYN SUE STRICKLER " Sue " Pep Club 1234; Treasurer 23; SSS 1234; Intramural 1234; Class Treasurer 2; Coimty Volleyball 34; Archery 1; Rekamemoh 1. MARILYN STUCKY " Marilyn " Choir 134; Band 123; SSS 1234; Treasurer 4; YFC 34; V-Pres. 34; Honor Society 4; Annual Staff 34; Hoosier Girls ' State 4; Pep Club-1234. BILL THARP " Bill " FFA 124; Intramural 1234; Rifle Club 1; Pep Club 1. BARBARA TINKHAM " Barb " Rekamemoh 1; SSS 1234; Pep Club 123; Honor Society 34; Newspaper Staff 234; Aimual Staff 34; Glee Club 4; Intramural 234. LARRY URICK " Larry Rifle Club 1; FFA 3; Intramural 124; Bowling 4; Basketball 3, STEVEN EARL YODER " Steve Band 1234; Rifle Club 1; Intramural 1234; FFA 4; Pep Band 3. It ft 67 OFFICERS: Barbara Wolff, Mr. Allspaw, Mr. Igney, Gary Barger, Mark Frauhiger, James Bertsch. Juniors — One More Step Denny Arnold Gary Barger Barilyn Baumgartner James Bertsch Stanley Biberstein Diana Brown Joan Brown Mike Busse Becky Collins Barbara Engle Clarence Fellers Mark Frauhiger Delbert Fuchs Michael Fuelling Diand Gerber Harris Halbersen Carolyn Hart Susan Helmrich David Heyerly June Hill 68 Stanley Hill Ed Hirschy Jayne Jennings David Johnston Rose Lautzenheiser Sylvia Miller Marvin Mann Mervin Mann Sharon Martin Saundra Mattax Jocelyn McCullough Delight Michel Ann Moser Ron Myers Dianne Patrick Karen Rich Mike Ripley Deryll Roe John Ross Janelle Roth Steve Schlickman Ron Schwartz Don Sharp Jack Shoaf Karen Shoaf Annie Singleton David Sommer Gerald Tormer Marilyn Vizard Neill VonGunten Sharlene Wagley Barbara Wolff Bary Workinger Althea Wulliman 69 OFFICERS: BenBluhm, Mr, Collier, Mike Leyse, Miss Beavers, Eddie Beer, Steve Miller. Sophomores — Two More Steps Mabel Anderson Nancy Aschliman Judy Beard Edward Beer Nancy Bertsch Ben Bluhm J ohn Bookout Priscilla Bowers Jerald Cauble Gerald Christner Linda Conrad Susan Cook Sadonna Carnall Edith Dennison Donald Egley Carlene Fellers Anita Fennig Nancy Habegger Ronald Habegger Bill Hirschy 70 Diana Hirschy Judy Hirschy Paul Hirschy Carol Hoagland Ann Inniger Larry Johnson Mike Johnston Jane Kaehr Mary Jo Kaehr Steve Lehman Mike Leyse Larry Mailer Bruce Mann Brian McCullough Kathy Michaels Eva Miller Steve Miller O. Neuenschwander Beverly Osterman Ronald Poling Roger Pyle Billy Mae Rash Kristine Reed Gloria Rupert Carol Schwartz Linda Shaffer Janer Shoaf Debby Smith Larry Springer Judy Steffen Imogene Steffen William Strait Don Stucky Bob Swygart Sandra Teeter Bill Tonner Keiuieth Uhrick Donald Weber Pat Worlunger Miriam Yager Gloria Zimmerman 71 OFFICERS: Warren Macy, Maris Moeschberger, Mr. Miller, Art Ringger, Mr. Watson, Mrs. Nielsen, Ron Steiuy. Freshmen — Three More Steps Verna Adler Davi d Arnold Delila Aschliman Kay Aschliman Sharon Bercot Karen Bieberich Marilyn Biberstein Beth Bookout Nandy Brehm Norman Brokaw Kathy Christman Jean Clark Reginald Converse Paul Ehrsam Tony Ehrsam Gloria Engle Connie Everett Eldon Getz Peggy Gerber Janis Gilbert Steve Green Kenneth Habegger Ronald Habegger David Hammond Brenda Hamrick Dean Harmon Elaine Harvey Vernon Hedington Kenneth Heyerly Steve Hildebrand Jim Hill Judy Irwin Steve Kaehr Marie Kaehr Bob Kershner 72 Linda Lautzenheiser Lynn Lehman Nancy Longsworth Warren Macy Susan Maines Dale Mankey Rita Mattax Steve Minnich Maris Moeschberger Danny Moser Kermit Myers Patricia Nidlinger Eric Nussbaum Arlene Parrish Donald Poling Kenneth Pyle Jim Rash Arthur Ringger Judy Ringger Pauline Ripley Brenda Roe Mike Ross Margaret Rowdon Elizabeth Sapp Lydiann Schwartz Ronald Smith Becky Soldner Roger Sommer Carmie Steffen John Steffen Terry Steffen Ronald Steury Charlene Steed Rick Stucky Libby Summersett Gale Straub Candace Teeter Marvene Wechter Richard Welch Kent Whitacre Lucinda Wickey Karen Witte Stanley VonGunten Joan Yoder Jerry Young Stuart Zurcher 73 I Grade 8 FRONT ROW: T. Rash, E. Mora, G. Longsworth, J. Inniger, P. Longsworth, B. Hirschy, D. Maines, D. Griffeths. SECOND ROW: T. Nussbaum, R. Mailer, J. Kaehr, K. Lutes, D. Raudenbush, A. Jasso, G. Hammond, Mr. Brown. TfflRD ROW: D. Landis, D. Hill, S. Landis, T. Ogg, J. Momingstar, G. Markel. FOURTH ROW: K. McKean, J. Hirschy, C. Hildebrand, R. Merriman, V. McClain, S. Ploughe, L. Osterman, S. Harman. FRONT ROW: G. Cable, R. Cable, C. Cauble, J. Ehrsam, M. Gerber, K. Ehrsam, L. Genth, T. August. SECOND ROW: G. Busse, S. Amstutz, M. Fennig, R. Collins, L. Fellers, R. Breisch, W. Adler, Mr. Bryan. THIRD ROW: C. Arnold, C. Anderson, C. Carver, A. Dennison, K. Engle, R. Engle, C. Connelley, A. Borne. FOURTH ROW: T. Bebout, C. Gerber, R. Gerber, J. Hoffman, R. Arnold, M. Fuhrman, A. Baumgartner. 74 FRONT ROW: J. Smith, J. Sprimger, S. Smith, E. Yoder, T. Wulliman, L. Stevens, L. Roe, A. Shoaf. SECOND ROW: J. Welch, N. Schwartz, P. Shaffer, J. Workinger, D. Roudebush, L. Rich, K. Watkins, S. Wagley. THIRD ROW: J. Soldner, L. Tonner, S. Smith, R. Schnepp, C. Striker, S. Stucky, B. Schwartz, P. Hmst, L. Roe. Grade 8, 7 FRONT ROW: L. Brokaw, C. Dick, B. Garwook, B. Cable, N. Fox, M. Bryan, L. Bieberich, J. Double, K. Barkley, Mr. Adler. SECOND ROW: C. Hilty, A. Hilty, J. Hoffman, D. Andrews, G. Gerber, J. Hill, M. Engle, L. Hay, J. Gerber. THIRD ROW: R. Everett, D. Heyerly, V. Heyerly, S. Guhrman, R. Aschliman, B. Brown, D. Harvey, J. Gilbert, C. Gerber, H. Bercot, FOURTH ROW: R. Adler, R. Borne, T. Drake, B. Cook, A. Birch, R. Clark, G. Harmon, D. Green, L. Kaehr. 75 ' ' j ;■ j FRONT ROW: G. Yost, P. Zimmerman, M. Kipfer, B. Ogg, D. Steffen, E. Mankey, K. Sprunger, P. Sapp, B. Mar¬ tin. SECOND ROW: M. Schwartz, E. Schwartz, L, Tonner, L. McCullough, D. Rich, C. Macy, D. Miller, D. Strayer, Mrs. Archbold. THIRD ROW: L. Ratcliff, S. Sommer, B. Stuckey, A. Knittle, T. Ripple, W. Kirchner, L. Kauffman, S. Kershner, R. Roe, S. Rich. Grade 7 , 6 FRONT ROW: D. Carver, J. Wagley, E. Garwood, J. Harvey, L. Ellenberger, T. Liechty. SECOND ROW: M. Jasso, G. Ripple, K. Myers, D. Dennison, M. Stucky, J. Riff, R. Miller. THIRD ROW: L. Nussbaum, L. Soldner, K. Baxter, D. Bieberich, W. Stout, L. Pyne, J. Bookout, D. Harmon, Mr. Ehrsam. FOURTH ROW: C. Schaadt, J. Hoffman, D. Wickey, S. Kirchner, G. Hart, R. Tonner, B. Zucher. 76 FRONT ROW: D. Eckelbarger, R. Harris, J. Bebout, R. Haggard, D. Striker, J. Wickey, T. Swygart, L. Roe. SEC¬ OND ROW: L. Longsworth, V. Burkhead, M. Hilty, S. Brehm, D. Rich, B. Mann, L. Bell. THIRD ROW: D. Roude- bush, P. Nussbaum, P. Isch, M. Anderson, L. Mitchel, R. Stavenik, A. Teeple. BACK ROW: Mr. Strahm, T. Patrick, J. Sommer, D. Geyer, C. Schwartz, J. Christman, M. Kaehr, G. Wable. Grade 6 FRONT ROW: T. Schmitt, D. Roe, L. Rich, R. Oliver, J. Lantz, J. Nussbaum, D. Hirschy. SECOND ROW: A. , Haugk, I. Cauble, L. Shoaf, J. Stucky, L. Henschen, J. Beer, R. Harrell. THIRD ROW: D. Strayer, L. Affolder, N. Havens, C. High, T. Girod, J. Wulliman, C. Borne, Mr. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: C. McClain, G. Williams, 1 N. Irwin, R. Miller, S. Harmon, R. Hill, D. Sanders. 77 FRONT ROW: L. Janes, R. Genth, R. Fennig, D. Hamrick, P. Arnold, J. Breisch. SECOND ROW: B. Zimmerman, D. Ray, V. Zurcher, C. Harvey, M. Lantz, L. Beavers, J. Mandey, B. McBride. THIRD ROW: D. Haines, N. Ogg, D. Moeschberger, D. Girod, H. Reed, K. Summersett, L. Harvey, Mrs. Teeter. FOURTH ROW: N. Brown, S. Stump, B. Lutes, R. Smith, J. Sipe, B. Campbell. Grade 5 FRONT ROW: D. Aschliman, B. Striker, T. Bebout, J. Garwook, M. Sommer, M. Heare, G. Yoder, R. Eckelbar- ger. SECOND ROW: J. Kaehr, G. Leyse, D. Snyder, K. Black, J. Funk, B. Bowers, C. Geeting. THIRD ROW: R. Kaehr, S. Shaffer, M. Schwartz, C. Moser, J. Bookout, J. Nussbaum, B. Harmon. FOURTH ROW: M. Hoffman, W. Steury, B. Tonnellier, G. Urick, G. Eyanson, G. Hirschy, S. Steury, B. Adler. 78 FRONT ROW: R. Nuenschwander, K. Steiner, W. Borne, N. Gerber, S. Smith, M. Schmitt. SECOND ROW: L. Hay, L. Nussbaum, R. Longsworth, D. Aschliman, S. Schwartz, J. Connelley, J. Wable. THIRD ROW: G. Nash, B. Birch, M. Griffiths, M. Royer, M. Cook, S. Ross, J. Burkhead, J. Frantz. FOURTH ROW: S. Feasel, S. Leyse, N. Reed, L. Schaffer, C. Ladd, L. Stuery, D. Shoaf, Mr. Watkins. Grade 5, 4 FRONT ROW: D. Clark, D. Jasso, T. Steffen, J. Patrick, G. Hart, J. Double, S. Tullis, D. Haines, D. Shoaf. SECOND ROW: D. Hoffman, J. Riley, K. Sliger, R. Stucky, S. Baumgartner, M. Gerber, S. Rae, J. Redding, C. Reinhart. THIRD ROW: A. StoUer, J. Mishler, C. Martin, P. Bullard, K. Fruchte, R. Harrell, K. Nussbaum, D. Vanette. FOURTH ROW: S. Foreman, P. Wickey, G. Norris, J. Hougk, J. Borchers, D. Lehman, S. Gerber, D. Affolder. 79 FRONT ROW: M. Liechty, W. Johnson, P. Shoaf, A. Nussbaum, B. Kolter, E. Geyer, T. Steury, R. Reinhard. SECOND ROW; D. Hack, D. Eckelbarger, S. Stucky, S. Smith, P. Zimmerman, C. Martin, C. Moser, D. Gaunt. THIRD ROW: C. Larbson, N. Brokaw, M. Carnall, R. Bryan, J. Borchers, N. Baxter, K. Mutschler, E. Witte. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Kuhn, M. Terhune, T. Soldner, V. Teinhart, D. Andrews, A. Arnold, K. Rich, R. Minnich, T. Steury. Grade 4 L. Bmley, R. Aschliman, L. Dishong, T. Reinhart, D. Fisher, L. Zurcher, J. Bush. SECOND ROW: K. Gerber, M. Gebert, B. Pageler, D. Hamrick, L. Mattax, K. Shaffer, K. Martin, B. Miller, D. Heyerly. THIRD ROW: J. Mc¬ Clain, A. Hirschy, S. Bertsch, V. Bowers, B. Slusher, T. Stevens, M. Geeting, M. Kaehr, D. Tinkham. FOURTH ROW; s ' Oliver, P. Hill, L. Teeple, L. Nash, J. Breisch, K. Riff, K. Webb, Mrs. Reynolds. 80 FRONT ROW: G. Schmitt, E. Girod, B. Stoller, P. Strait, M. Shaffer, B. Liechty. SECOND ROW: P. Shoaf, L. Aschliman, T. Gerber, S. Christman, P. Tonnellier, V. Baxter, C. Pierce, R. Garwood. THIRD ROW: G. Liechty, R. Hammond, D. Black, R. High, P. Hirschy, G. Watkins, R. Pyne, D. Longsworth. FOURTH ROW: V. Schrock, J. Zurcher, D. Barger, M. Schwartz, B. Nussbaum, D. Everett, M. Cauble. Grade 3 FRONT ROW: J. Connelley, C. Hamilton, G. Striker, D. Thomas, R. Fox, R. Geyer, T. Garner. SECOND ROW: L. Reed, N. Haggard, A. Ashliman, E. Gerber, S. Webb, N. Liechty, M. Jasso, D. Borne. THIRD ROW: C. Ger- mann, V. Shoaf, M. Jackson, M. Dull, D. Neadstine, R. Arnold, M. Nussbaum, Mrs. Mills. FOURTH ROW: B. Blair, C. Steiner, D. Smith, K. Kauffman, K. Moeschberger, C. Barkley, R. Ladd. 81 FRONT ROW; N. Adler, M. Stucky, T. Rupert, P. Kershner, J. Schwartz, S. Mailer. SECOND ROW: N. Beer, S. Kaehr, A. Engle, D. Zurcher, L. Schwartz, K. Steury, D. Nussbaum, R. Yost. THIRD ROW: D. Feasel, B. Teeple, M. Beard, C. Wickey, J. Merriman, J. Patrick, L. Gerber, C. Goldner, D. Hoffman. FOURTH ROW: J. Nussbaum, R. Smith, B. Genth, J. Rich, D. Shetler, A. Arnold, B. Campbell, G. Tullis, Mrs. Haggard. Grade 3, 2 FRONT ROW: J. Girod, R. Miller, A. Mitchel, G. Hack, N. Sprunger, G. Gerber, G. Borchers. SECOND ROW: B. Mailer, B. Griffiths, W. Hirschy, 1. Kaehr, S. Kaehr, A. Yost, D. Longenberger, K. Zigler. THIRD ROW: R. Troyer, S. Kiser, D. Leyse, T. Momingstar, J. Gierhart, J. Soldner, J. Funk, J. Urick. FOURTH ROW: R. Rich, R. Andrews, J. Haggard, M. Schwartz, V. Sprunger, R. Borne, K. Fisher, J. Rich, M. Zimmerman, Mrs. Mxmson. 82 FRONT ROW: R. Hamrich, R. Tullis, L. Baxter, R. Costello, D. Roe, B. McBride, J. Harvey, M. Steury. SEC¬ OND ROW: D. Kelsey, D. Roe, L. Gaunt, P. Miller, C. Slusher, L. Adler, C. Hoffman, S. Mankey. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Stahly, J. Harvey, J. August, C. Girod, R. Tharp, S. Nussbaum, P. Norris, C. Byerly, FOURTH ROW: T. Garwood, R. Owens, C. Rich, B. Sommers, D. Welch, R. Engle, D. Haines, R. Martin. Grade 2 FRONT ROW: J. Drake, K. Stiener, T. Spmnger, L. Garner, P. Jasso. SECOND ROW: C. Stoller, K. Arnold, K. Hirschy, M. Amstutz, R. Zigler, P. Isch, T. Bush, D. Eckelbarger, K. Ehrman. THIRD ROW: J. Gerber, S. Arnold, R. Mailloux, A. Heyerly, G. Roe, K. Lengerich, R. Gerber, W. Breisch, M. Nash. FOURTH ROW: S. Myers, S. Rich, P. Terhune, J. Gilbert, L. Heyerly, R. Osterman, L. Rich, P. Woods, Mrs. Beaty. 83 FRONT ROW: P. Rud, G. Double, E. Cavanaugh, E. Hilty, B. Stoller, B. Augsburger. SECOND ROW: L. Geeting, L. Singleton, S. Neadstine, M. Garwood, C. Bebout, C. Campbell, J. Miller, G. Jasso. THIRD ROW: L. Schwartz, G. Hill, B. Baxter, K. Olalde, D. Wable, B. Arnold, M. Manley, C, Reinhaid, S. Schwartz. FOURTH ROW: D. Steury, L. Shetler, R. Bryan, L. Schwartz, A. Steed, J. Slusher, K. Zimmerman, D. Tinkham. Grade 1 FRONT ROW: D. Roe, M. Zurcher, J. Wittwer, B. Miller, D. Huston, B. Mutschler, D. Girod. SECOND ROW: D. McBride, D. Pierce, L. Yost, J. Blair, T. Brazill, S. Mattax, P. Swygart, G. Patrick, P. Liechty, L. Barger. THIRD ROW: K. Barger, N. Wagley, B. Steury, R. Sprunger, R. Reichart, A. Mitchel, C. Lamar, S. Schrock, M. Hilty, E. Schwartz. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Habegger, K. Steffen, S. Sliger, R. Yormg, K. Elder, J. Andrews, M. Hilty, T. Carnall, T. Jackson. 84 FRONT ROW: T. Isch, S. Bieberich, J. Houk, M. Miller, R. Hurst, D. Longsworth, S. Lantz, S. Bassett, G. Landis. SECOND ROW: S. Hoopingarner, B. Kaehr, S. Rach, S. Habegger, L. Black, J. Baxter, C. Frauchte, V. Kolter, J. Borchers. THIRD ROW: G. Everett, D. Inniger, K. Fruchte, K. Barger, K. Bowman, D, Kershner, R. Landis, J. Weisman, M. Gilbert. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Giessler, L. Schwartz, C. Johnson, M. Kaehr, D. Hilty, V. Schwartz, D. King, M. Bieberich, K. Sliger. Grade 1 ON THE playground, the grade pupils expound some of their seemingly boundless energy. 85 THE COMMUNITY ON THE 9CENE AT CENTRAL 86 OWENS BLDG. AND MILLWORK, INC. Home Farm Building Manufacturer Phone 6-5217 or 6-5295 Monroe, Indiana ADAMS COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP Everything In Farm Supplies Monroe—Berne—Pleasant Mills— Wll Hams—Geneva ROTH ELECTRIC Home Komfort Insulation Quality and Service Is Our Business Phone 6-5161 Monroe ZURCHER ' S MOBIL SERVICE Your Firestone Distributor Phone 6-6551 Monroe, Indiana BAHNER ' S BARBER SHOP Hai rcuts—Shampoos—Tonics Phone 6-6690 Monroe COLONIAL BAKING CO. 3200 Kilgore Muncle, Indiana 87 MODEL HATCHERY " Approved Hy-LIne Baby Chicks " Monroe, Indiana DALE ' S STORE Phone 6-6575 Monroe, Indiana STUCKY CO. Where Your $ Buys More Monroe, Indiana Free Delivery Phone 6-6866 FRIEDA ' S BEAUTY SHOP Frieda Gelalne Phone 6-6025 Monroe, Indiana COPPESS CORNER SERVICE Good Food at Reasonable Prices Marathon Gas and Goodrich Tires Monroe, Indiana Another New Home by E. D. SCHROCK, GENERAL CONTRACTOR Monroe, Ind. Phone 6-5195 88 Working for You MONROE GRAIN SUPPLY COMPANY Groin, Feeds, Cool, Fertilizer Phone 6-6541 Monroe, Indiana For a Better Used Car See Morningstar MORNINGSTAR AUTO SALES Decatur, Indiana Phone 3-2046 BEAVERS OIL SERVICE " Friendliness Lives Here " Decatur, Indiana LELAND SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY First and Monroe Street Dial 3-3111 DECATUR READY MIX " Ready Mix to Meet Your Specification " Phone 3-2561 Decatur, Indiana PRICE MEN ' S WEAR Quality Clothes for Men and Boys 101 N. Second St. Decatur, Indiana 89 HAUGKS Plumbing—Heating—Appliances 209 M. 13th Ph. 3-3316 Decatur, Indiana PHIL L. MACKLIN CO. " Chrysler, Dodge, Dodge Trucks " 107 South First Street Decatur, Indiana Pete Reynolds—Basketball Editor DECATUR DAILY DEMOCRAT Complete—Sports School Coverage Adams County ' s Only Dally Newspaper j- ' Sh • ■ -ST S5 B If A ' , || 11 1 maM COMMUNITY GAS AND OIL 710 Adams St. Phone 3-2090 Decatur, Indiana URICK BROTHERS Phone 3-4109 Decatur, Indiana ADLER BROTHERS GARAGE Auto and Tractor Repair Rural Route 4 Decatur, Indiana 90 BEGUN ' S STORE Decatur, Indiana GERBER ' S SUPER MARKET Phone 3-2712 Hiway 27 Decatur, Indiana " Flowers for Every Occasion " LUTES FLOWERS Ph . 3-3304 Decatur, Indiana " Your Massey-Ferguson Dealer " DIERKES IMPLEMENT SALES Phone 3-3211 Decatur, Indiana HI-WAY SERVICE 1013 North Second Street Phone 3-2928 Decatur, Indiana PETERSON GRAIN COMPANY Peterson, Indiana Craigville 10 on 31 Decatur 3-9456 91 JAMES C W£aa NAGEL ' S QUALITY FLOWERS Since 1910 Berne, Indiana mj DECATUR MUSIC HOUSE Home of Wurlitzer Pianos, Organs Decatur, Indiana PIONEER DRIVE-IN For Your Eating Pleasure Phone 3-3592 Decatur, Indiana VILLA LANES Decatur ' s Bowling Center Ph. 3-3660 Ph. 3-2942 Decatur, Indiana WIN-RAE DRIVE-IN World ' s Largest Tenderloin Decatur, Indiana ,.v. X. ANDERSON INDUSTRY hooker paints . tjAanWASI ANDERSON INDUSTRY Hooker Paints Decatur, Indiana mobile-SHOWROOM DECATUR MUSIC HOUS! sfii we m MUSICAL .whksts Of THC eOMMVNin ' EDWAIOJ HEIUAIW I MESHBERGER BROS. STONE CORP. Linn Grove 5-5311 Pleasant Mills 7-7211 Crushed Stone Truck Delivery I MOSER MOTOR SALES Ford Mercury Berne, Indiana Phone 2-21 1 BERNE EQUITY EXCHANGE COMPANY Linn Grove—Berne—Chattanooga, Ohio Grain, Feed, Seed, Coaland Fence I D. W, FIREOVED, VETERINARIAN Phone 2-2460 Berne, Indiana SPRUNGER LEHMAN CO. The Department Store to Serve You Better Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2175 Congratulations and Success to the Senior Class of 1962 BERNE 56 to 1 .00 The Paint and Wallpaper Spot HOME DAIRY PRODUCTS INC. Quality and Service You Can Depend On Berne, Ind. Phone 2-2307 STAN ' S MEN ' S WEAR The Best Dressed Man Depends on Stan Phone 2-2907 Berne, Indiana FLICK ' S BODY SHOP Berne, Indiana BERNE OIL COMPANY The Finest in Petroleum Products Berne, Indiana CRAIGVILLE GARAGE Appliances and Gifts Lawn Mowers—Weed Sprayers—Tires Phone 66 Craigville, Ind. EMICK ' S BOWL US 27 North Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2927 BERNE HI-WAY HATCHERY Honegger Layers, Chicks and Pullets Ready-Bilt Buildings US 27 North Ph , 2-2607 Berne, Ind. CLIFF NUSSBAUM Norge and Gibson Appliances Schwinn Sales and Service Berne, Indiana Phone 2-2232 GRABER INSURANCE INC. Insurance and Bonds US 27 North PO Box 84 Ph. 2-2904 Berne, Indiana BERNE LUMBER COMPANY Quality Building Material Most Complete Mill Room in Adams County RIESEN AND SHUG MOTORS INC. Chrysler—Plymouth— Valiant Body and Fender Work Phone 2-2615 Berne, Ind. FOOD TOWN MARKET Quality Meats and Groceries We Specialize In Swiss Cheese Berne, Indiana BANK OF BERNE Member: F .R .S . and F .D .1 .C . Established 1891 Berne, Indiana BERNE MASTER FEED STORE The Garden Spot of the World Phone 2-2303 Berne, Ind. LOREN L, LIECHTY Building Contractor Complete Building Service RR 1 Berne, Ind. Ph . 2-8424 YAGER FUNERAL HOME Air-Conditioned Funeral Home Oxygen-Equipped Ambulance Phone 2-2158 Berne, Ind. GIFFORD ' S IGA Berne, Indiana BERNE WITNESS Published Every Mon., Wed., FrI. Carries More Adams County News Than Any Other Newspaper BANK OF GENEVA Geneva, Indiana Member, Federal Deposit Insurance Co. STUCKY ' S GAS AND APPLIANCES Anhydrous Ammonia E. C. Stucl y,Mgr. Phone 368-7228 Geneva, Ind. RSM STUDIO Portraits and Commercial Photography in Full Color. Bluffton, Indiana GLOBE HATCHERIES " Babcock Bessie " " America ' s Real Business Hen " Berne and Ossian Indiana FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Bluffton, Indiana GOODWIN FUNERAL HOME Bluffton, Indiana Phone 313 CRAIGVILLE ELEVATOR CO. M. W. HABEGGER CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractors " Let Us Handle Your Building Problem. 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Holthouse Drug Company Rentz Florist Shaffer ' s Restaurant Western Auto Dr. Harry H. Hebble, Opt. Downtown Texaco Teen Togs Sheets Furniture Company Kenny ' s Barber Shop Wertzberger Confectionery Sprunger Implement Co. Decatur Dry Cleaners Commercial Print Shop Adams County Trailer Sales Inc. King ' s Shell Service Station BERNE: City Lunch Parkway Restaurant Zurcher Music Store Liechty Jewelry THE MAIER HIDE AND FUR CO. Edward I me I, Owner Dealer in All Scrap Metals Fence, Wire, and Tin Phone 3-4419 710 W, Monroe St. Decatur, Ind. NEUENSCHWANDER INC. Complete Insurance Service " Anxious to Please " Phone 2-2211 Berne, Ind. Dr. Robert L. Boze Hendricks Electric Edgar P. Sprunger, DDS Serv-us Store Inc. Swiss Manufacturing Corp. Norman E. Beavers, MD Liechty Bros. Plmbg. Heating Larry ' s Barber Shop Clauser Furniture Poplar Drive-In Horace Lehman Feed Mill G. C. Moser Insurance Berne Ice Cream Berne Locker Storage Gillion Lumber Co. Inc. 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